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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Thanksgiving And Then Christmas Lights

Thanksgiving is a quiet family holiday in Utah. Many businesses will be closed and many families will spend the day together.

Our National Parks and many recreation areas are open year-round and offer the chance for a memorable outing.

Businesses that provide services for travelers will be open. That includes motels/.hotels/resorts, restaurants, fuel stations and convenience stores. Many restaurants will offer special dinners.

Some major merchants plan to get a jump on the Christmas season and will be open on Thanksgiving Day, and will offer early specials.

Temple Square offers a fabulous light display,.
After Thanksgiving, Christmas lights will be turned on around the state. The famous Temple Square light display and special performances will begin Friday, Nov. 29.

Many communities and businesses offer popular holiday displays and festivities. Here are some others of note:
  • In Davis County, the communities of Kaysville, Centerville, Bountiful and Layton host tree-lighting and other ceremonies. Details.
  • Ogden's Electric Light Parade will be held on Nov 30.
  • The annual Festival of Trees fundraiser will run Dec. 4-7. It is a popular event that benefits the Primary Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Check our events database and inquire locally for other activities.


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